Speaker John A. Boehner spoke with his colleagues about a supplemental spending package to address the flood of children crossing the border. “It’s time for the White House to get their act together,” the Boehner said. “This is a problem of the president's own making. And then he tries to — says he wants to solve the problem, so we that we can stop this influx, but then he changes his mind. We've got a president that's AWOL. And the president ought to get engaged in this if he actually wants something to happen."
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